Here’s a sneak peek from Charlotte and Mark’s New Forest wedding in the Summer. It’s a light-hearted moment, as the Page Boy and Flower Girl run down the aisle – who knows, in 20 years’ time they could be doing this at their own wedding (although hopeful not running!). 🙂
This is what my style of wedding photography’s about, capturing those one-off moments in time. It’s OK to ask family or friends to take a few photos, but will they be ready for something like this, or will they be relaxing and enjoying themselves? Will they have the camera ready, to capture the image before the children had run off down the aisle? Possibly. But I wouldn’t bet on it. Hiring a professional wedding photographer for your special day’s an investment, not an expense. Why an investment? Because your photographer’s going to be working all the time they’re at your wedding. Watching, anticipating, capturing these previous moments forever.
Are you planning your wedding? Do you know what style of photography you want? Or is it all rather confusing? Why not check out my Guide to the different styles of wedding photography and see which one matches you best? Matches you? Yes, it’s important that you find the right kind of photographer for the style that you like.
I’m both delighted and proud to be a recommended photographer for a number of the leading Dorset wedding venues and would be delighted to have a chat about what you want out of your wedding day, and how you want it recorded. Your wedding day’s unique, so shouldn’t the service that you receive be unique as well? Please use the contact form here on my website and I look forward to hearing from you.
Blog post: New Forest wedding – Charlotte and Mark